De’Longhi BAR32 Retro 15 BAR Pump Espresso and Cappuccino Maker

De'Longhi BAR32 Retro 15 BAR Pump Espresso and Cappuccino MakerDescription

Have it your way. Dual-action espresso with De’Longhi’s Retro pump espresso and cappuccino maker. Stylish and versatile, you can choose to brew ground espresso or E.S.E pods with the integral unique patented dual filter holder. Be decisive! The choice is yours, which means your espresso is truly “made to order.” Enjoy espresso or cappuccino at the perfect temperature with two separate thermostats.

Prepare creamy froth with ease. And it’s so simple to clean thanks to a removable 35-ounce water tank. I assure you you can achieve authentic Italian espresso flavor with the DeLonghi BAR32 Pump Espresso Maker. And preparation is simple and fast.


Features

  • Espresso preparation is simple and fast; use convenient pods or ground coffee with the patented dual-function filter holder
  • Easily prepare latte and cappuccino with the swivel jet frother, for perfect drinks every time
  • Eliminate annoying start-up preparation with the self-priming operation
  • Two separate thermostats allow for water and steam pressure to be controlled separately result in the perfect temperature every time
  • Enjoy delicious espresso for years to come with the durable, high-quality stainless steel boiler and 15 bar pump pressure

Details & Price

This product was manufactured by Delonghi.

Brand: DeLonghi
UPC: 044387222327
List Price: $210.00.
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3 thoughts on “De’Longhi BAR32 Retro 15 BAR Pump Espresso and Cappuccino Maker

  1. Kevin T. Quinn

    Edit 2/24/2012: I wrote this review several years ago. The machine broke down after a year or so, and I put off replacing it. However, I’ve wanted to start making espresso again and so, remembering how much I liked this one, I picked up another one.

    It’s pretty much just how I remember it, and the instructions I wrote below still work. There are a couple of things I’ve noticed, though. First, the maker no longer comes with sample E.S.E pods. That was disappointing. Also, the bottom of the filter handle (where the coffee comes out of) is plastic – if you use a hand-held tamper, make sure you don’t press too hard and damage the pour spouts.

    Also, I’ve moved from the Midwest to the East Coast, and it’s still nice to have good espresso and capuccino in your own house.

    Otherwise, it’s still a sold four-star machine.

    Original review:Despairing of ever finding decent espresso in the Midwest, I finally broke down and decided to get a home…

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  2. Luca Diana

    I have purchased this machine from Amazon on June 2006, that’s 16 months ago and I have been using this coffee maker every day, usually 2 to 3 times a day. A few words about me, I grew up in Italy, lived there for over 20 years and I still go visit my country for at least a month every year so I should know about coffee, right? DeLonghi is considered a good brand in Italy, I’m not sure about customer service in the U.S. since I never had to contact them; my aunt in Italy has an identical machine with no complaints. I’m not sure about the complaints I read here. Some people say it takes too long to heat up the water… I usually turn it on 15 minutes before making the espresso and the water gets really hot, if you think that’s too long then you’ve never used an espresso machine before, it’s very average as a matter of fact. Sorry, but that’s not the machine’s fault, it’s the way it is with all machines. Coffee shops machines need one hour sometimes longer to heat up. Others have…

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  3. kidnugget

    I’ve been a coffee snob for several years have several brewing machines scattered throughout my kitchen. Since I got this machine xmas morning, all the others brewing systems have become obsolete.

    It produces plenty of steam in a jiff, and the removable water tank is very handy (especially for use with my water filter). While I scoffed at the thought of using the ESE pre-packed espresso pods, it came with a tin of them, so I tried them out since all local coffee houses were closed (and I had no beans!). The ESEs make a pass-able cup of espresso–not the darkest roast, but the convenience of a pod is handy. I have some Major Dikason’s blend from Peets which I made regular espresso and Americanos out of. Delicious, thick, creamy.

    This machine is a steal at this price. I’ve had to get the hang of packing my grounds in the handle, however. If I pack too tightly, the cream only comes out as a trickle. I suppose that’s the case with most home machines, however…

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